Seas The Day Because It’s Summertime!

July 21, 2021 | Entertainment
Seas The Day Because It’s Summertime!

Outdoor activities

Enjoy the warm weather and sunshine this summer. Sea-riously, go outside and have fun with these fun-filled activities right here in Baltimore, all not too far from your home at Union Wharf.

Looking for a Splashing Good Time?
Because everything goes swimmingly here.

Baltimore Water Taxi
This summer, the Baltimore Water Taxi is offering a variety of open-water adventures and cruises. For example, the infamous Water Taxi is hosting a Brews Cruise (or BYO Cruise, if you’d prefer), Sunset/Twilight Cruises, and dog-friendly trips. To enjoy sea-nic views on the harbor, purchase tickets here.

SipAhoy CycleBoats
It’s a-boat time to visit the marina! SipAhoy CycleBoats is Baltimore’s first pedal-powered party boat. Their boats seat up to 20 people and come with: USB charging ports, Bluetooth speakers, and fully-functional bathroom. You’ve got it, SipAhoy is the perfect excuse for a harbor hangout. BYOB and book your charter cruise today.

Urban Pirates Baltimore
What did the ocean say to the pirate? Nothing, it just waved.

Ahoy, Matey! Urban Pirates’s Fearless ship is up and running. So, climb aboard for an interactive “ocean” adventure in Fell’s Point. If interested, bring some friends for a B.Y.O.G. Cruise. (Besides, there’s great music and it’s loads of fun.) Book your adventure here.

Outdoor Movies
Stop by the Rotunda and catch an outdoor movie, or two.

The Rotunda is one of Hampden’s most beautiful buildings. Originally constructed in 1921, it is now home to various residences, restaurants, and commercial businesses. This summer, they’re hoisting up the silver screen for a unique film experience.

Here’s their 2021 summer schedule. The following dates fall on Friday.
July 23rd — Toy Story
August 6th — Remember the Titans
August 20th — Cool Running

A Beach in Baltimore? Shell Yeah!
Sandlot is keeping it reel this summer with bubbles, booze and outdoor fun, of course.

Besides their amazing drinks and food, the Sandlot is also known for their volleyball and bocce. Bring some friends, play a game, and spend some time in the sand.

Up for a Game?
The weather’s perfect for golfing, volleyball, or any outdoor sport.

Baltimore Beach
Tropic like it’s hot in the Inner Harbor. With over 2,000 tons of sand, Baltimore Beach’s Rash Field is the perfect place for a game of volleyball. If you got what it takes, register your own league and enter one of the five volley tournaments. You can also rent the venue, for your own private party and/or tourney.

Baltimore Classic Five
It’s golfing sea-sun. Baltimore’s Classic Five has five courses throughout the city. If interested in teeing it up, click here to register for an outing.

Volo is hosting adult sports leagues tournaments every week this summer. There’s something for everyone, with options for volleyball, bocce, flag football, and soccer. All leagues range in skill level, from beginner/novice to expert/competitive. Volo is also hosting yoga and fitness classes throughout the city.

Shell We Go to Southpoint?
Although South Point’s bar is currently closed, they’re still offering tons of summer fun. Stop by for a bootcamp session, round of cornhole, and/or volleyball match.

Enjoy Your Summer
We’re wishing you a wonderful summer in Baltimore packed with outdoor fun. If you do participate in any of these fun-filled activities, or maybe you’re just hanging out poolside at Union Wharf, be sure to tag us in your photos, @UnionWharf.